126 pp., ill. col., 3 ill. b/w
14,5 x 21,5 cm + dvd
VOX, centre de l'image contemporaine
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Designed like an artist’s book, this exhibition catalogue presents and documents the installation Aucune de mes mains ne fait mal, which was created especially for the space of VOX, centre de l’image contemporaine. Exploring the tensions between hearing and sight, in this work Jocelyn Robert pursues his experiments into the presence of sounds and images in space and their existence in time. A text by Marie Fraser provides an introduction to these concerns by revealing the extent to which Jocelyn Robert’s work betrays a profound exploration of memory and time in which technology gives rise to a highly poetic experience. An interview with the artist makes it possible to go into these questions in greater depth and to situate this recent installation within a larger body of work.
A DVD accompanies the publication and offers complete visual documentation of Aucune de mes mains ne fait mal, with an introduction and commentary by the artist.
2005.02.24 - 04.16
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